NEW ZEALAND  33 V   SOUTH AFRICA  6
  COMPETITION: Tri-Nations                                                                                               Updated 10.09.2007
  VENUE: Jade Stadium, Christchurch DATE: 14 July 2007 SPECTATORS:
  REFEREE: Stuart Dickinson (Australia) HALFTIME: 6-3  
  SCORERS: SCORERS:
  TRIES: Leonard, Evans, Carter  TRIES:
  CONVERSIONS: Carter (3) CONVERSIONS:
  PENALTY GOALS: Carter (4) PENALTY GOALS: Hougaard (2)
  DROPPED GOALS: DROPPED GOALS:
   
15 Mils Muliaina  Waikato  15 JP Pietersen Natal Sharks
14 Douglas Howlett (22) Auckland  14 Breyron Paulse (20) Western Province
13 Isaia Toeava (21) Auckland  13 Waylon Murray Natal Sharks
12 Luke McAlister  North Harbour  12 Wynand Olivier  Blue Bulls
11 Josevata Rokocoko  Auckland  11 Jaco Pretorius (22) Golden Lions
10 Daniel Carter  Canterbury  10 Derick Hougaard (21) Blue Bulls
9 Piri Weepu (20) Wellington  9 Ruan Pienaar  Natal Sharks
8 Rodney So'oialo (19) Wellington  8 Pedrie Wannenburg (19) Blue Bulls
7 Richard McCaw (Capt.) Canterbury  7 Jacques Cronje  Golden Lions
6 Reuben Thorne Canterbury  6 Wilkus Van Heerden (18) Blue Bulls
5 Keith Robinson (18) Waikato  5 Johann Muller (Capt.) Natal Sharks
4 Christopher Jack Tasman 4 Albert Van der Berg  Natal Sharks
3 Carl Hayman (17) Otago  3 Jannie du Plessis  Cheetahs
2 Keven Mealamu (16) Auckland  2 Bismark du Plessis (16) Natal Sharks
1 Anthony Woodcock  North Harbour  1 CJ van der Linde (17) Cheetahs
   
16 Andrew Hore (2) Taranaki  16 Gary Botha (2) Blue Bulls
17 Neemia Tialata (3) Wellington  17 Edward Andrews (1) Western Province
18 Jeremy Collins (5) Wellington  18 Hilton Lobberts (6) Blue Bulls
19 Christopher Masoe (8) Wellington  19 Gerrie Britz (8) Western Province
20 Brendon Leonard (9) Waikato  20 Michael Classens (14) Cheetahs
21 Conrad Smith (13) Wellington  21 Peter Grant (10) Western Province
22 Nick Evans (14) Otago  22 Tonderai Chavhanga (11) Western Province
   
  COACH: Graham Henry COACH: Jake White
               
MATCH NOTES

South Africa were without 20 of their top players, rested for the Rugby World Cup.

Wannenburg was yellow-carded 13 minutes into the second half. Carter, on his home ground, passed 600 test points for New Zealand.


Sources
http://sport.independent.co.uk/rugby_union/article2770968.ece
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/rugby_union/6283604.stm
http://www.genslin.us/bokke/